ReMax Red claims an award for the highest average of transactions

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Amber Lemon and Rebecca Guthrie hold thier award for the most transactions. in 2018. Leoman had 72 and Guthrie had 43.
Amber Lemon and Rebecca Guthrie hold thier award for the most transactions. in 2018. Leoman had 72 and Guthrie had 43.

“Kremmling has become a highly desirable place to live,” said ReMax Red Associate Broker, Amber Lemon, of her top-selling year in 2018.

Throughout last year, Lemon’s transactions totaled 72 while fellow Real Estate Broker and owner of ReMax Red in Kremmling, Rebecca Guthrie, totaled 43.

These numbers are well above the national average of approximately 7 to 8 transactions that most Realtors can expect during a normal year.

ReMax Red Business Growth Consultant Scott Conklin, explains the award was for the average transactions per agent in the mountain states for a single office.

He told the winning team in an email, “Your office had 115 transactions which would equate to 57.5 per agent for your office which was almost three times more than the second place office. Your office ranked #1 out the 78 offices that qualified.”

“Our spring is already proving to be busy again – 2019 is gearing up to be a productive year,” said Guthrie noting that there is marked interest from Summit County buyers and even East Grand. “We are obviously competitive with our prices. Your dollar goes further in Kremmling than any place around us.”

The duo attributes their top sales to their experience, having their clients’ best interests at heart, and their “customer comes first” attitude.

Lemon also credits their extensive knowledge of the area. Lemon grew up in the Kremmling area and has been a full-time real estate agent since 2006.

“We are both full-time agents,” said Guthrie, “We enjoy our community and that comes through to our clients.”

Lemon echoed those sentiments stating, “The people are awesome in Kremmling.” She highlighted many of her clients often plan to commute to Summit County but after a while see the benefits of staying closer to Kremmling, enroll their children in the Kremmling’s schools, and begin to invest in the community.

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